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Peter Winslow Milton
20th - 21st Centuries Painter & Printmaker
American, b. 1930
Born in 1930 in Lower Merion Township, Pennsylvania, Milton attended the Virginia Military Institute and Yale University, where he earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees in fine art. While a student at Yale, Milton won a traveling fellowship enabling him to study in Europe. For some time afterward, the artist pursued painting styles inspired by Paul Cézanne and Abstract Impressionism, and briefly he tried his hand at sculpture. However, after being diagnosed as partially color blind in 1962, Milton committed himself to black-and-white printmaking.

In 1964 Milton won a Louis Comfort Tiffany Grant in Graphics. Over the next several years, he entered numerous printmaking competitions, winning sixteen awards in 1966 alone. Milton has exhibited his work both nationally and internationally, and his prints are represented in numerous public collections.


Milton, Peter. Artist website: (accessed November 16, 2013).

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